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Disabling browser toolbar
Joined: May 06, 2005
Nov 17, 2005 03:12:00
In my application,I have to remove whole toolbar of the browser(IE 6.0),so that only my screens are visible(
page containing tiles defs).I do
not know how to do this.Can anybody help in this context?
Scheepers de Bruin
Joined: Jul 19, 2005
Nov 17, 2005 10:36:00
The downside to this, is that your user browses to the site, it pops up the dialog, and the 'original' window is still open...
Now you can close it, but some browsers will close your 'child' window as well.
You can use the
method, and set the features to not display the toolbars.
This does not disable the toolbar button keyboard shortcuts like backspace for back, though.
We're doomed!!<br />Yay!!!<br />No that's bad Girr!!<br />Yay!!!
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Disabling browser toolbar
Button alignment in a JToolbar
Source of pop up blocking
IE7 and XMLHttpRequest
JSP page w/o browser menu/toolbar
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